Re: bird poisonings

Subject: Re: bird poisonings
From: (Andrew Taylor)
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 10:23:12 +1100
The latest Nature Australia has an interesting article by Ken Green on
arsenic levels in bogong moths.  The arsenic levels are sufficient to
kill grass near an aestivation site in Kosciuszko NP.  It is not known
what impact the aresenic has on predators and the source of the arsenic
isn't known either.


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